The series will start with a 40m yacht followed by a 30m yacht, both constructed in steel and aluminum.
The main focus of the project was to take ISA Yachts’ iconic style, but in smaller dimensions whilst maintaining the same heritage and quality synonymous with the shipyard.
Marco Casali commented, “To emphasise the style, we worked with light and spaces to create the “biggest” yacht of its category. The main saloon is developed in a wide body, with full height opening windows giving the feeling of being on a terrace in the sea.
“The typical heritage of the ISA Yacht is exalted by the side stairs that turn into a main sign on the exterior profile, defining an important powerful hull cut with wide openings for the saloon and the owner’s cabin.”
The upper deck was reduced, exalting a more sporty appeal and lowering the balance. Large open spaces, both at bow and in the aft, defines the style of the rest of the upper deck.
The large sundeck can be arranged as a water saloon, a wellness area or as a tender garage. While the bow area is open to different solutions, including a Jacuzzi and second tender garage.
The originally layout includes five guest cabins and three crew cabins, but can be fully personalised following an owners’ request.
The concept, the exterior design and layout was developed by Marco Casali Too-Design. The hull design and engineering was developed by ISA Yacht’s technical department.
For more information visit Marco Casali Too-Design.